Nearly Two-Thirds of Republicans are Concerned About Election Tampering
According to a recently published poll by USA Today/Suffolk University, nearly two-thirds of Republicans in the United States are worried that the results of the midterm elections — set to take place on November 8, 2022 — could be manipulated.
Per a Press TV report, 62% of registered Republicans expressed misgivings about the midterm election results. By contrast, only 21% of Democrats agree the midterm election results could be tampered with.
64% Republican respondents stated they’ll pull the lever for a candidate who has questioned the installation of Joe Biden as president in 2020. On the other hand, 84% of Democrats said they will not question the results.
53% of registered independents indicated they will not vote for a candidate who expressed skepticism towards the legitimacy of Biden’s installation, whereas 33% said they would do so.
64% of poll respondents said the country is headed in the wrong direction, whereas 24% of the individuals polled believe the country is heading in the right direction.
At this point in American history, election results can no longer be trusted.
Republicans cannot afford to be complacent. Democrats are playing for keeps and using every avenue possible to destroy their opposition. One way they will achieve this is by rigging elections.
The way to stop them is by imposing election integrity standards and punishing all individual actors, public officials, and institutions that engage in such practices. The hammer must be dropped on misbehavior.